ANN: VistaDB 3.0 world's first managed SQL database for .NET and C


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VistaDB 3 CTP has been released as the world's first fully managed SQL
database engine for Microsoft .NET, Compact Framework, Windows Vista and
Mono. Unlike the new SQL Everywhere, .NET developers can use VistaDB 3.0 to
build 100% managed WinForms and ASP.NET database applications that run on
desktops, mobile devices and web servers. VistaDB's small 600KB assembly
includes a built-in ADO.NET Provider, which means that it can be embedded
into any .NET application. VistaDB 3.0 also makes mobile development and
deployment easy since the same VistaDB 3.0 assembly will run on all mobile
devices.

Read more:
http://www.vistadb.net/Press_060801_VistaDB3_CTP_Released.asp?ref=200608forum
 
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Frans Bouma [C# MVP]

Anthony said:
VistaDB 3 CTP has been released as the world's first fully managed
SQL database engine for Microsoft .NET, Compact Framework, Windows
Vista and Mono. Unlike the new SQL Everywhere, .NET developers can
use VistaDB 3.0 to build 100% managed WinForms and ASP.NET database
applications that run on desktops, mobile devices and web servers.
VistaDB's small 600KB assembly includes a built-in ADO.NET Provider,
which means that it can be embedded into any .NET application.
VistaDB 3.0 also makes mobile development and deployment easy since
the same VistaDB 3.0 assembly will run on all mobile devices.

Read more:
http://www.vistadb.net/Press_060801_VistaDB3_CTP_Released.asp?ref=2006
08forum

But.. does it support RIGHT JOIN and EXISTS in this release?

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